30 Jul '15, 4pm

Oakwood Travel and director Philip Higgs disqualified from holding an O-Licence for seven years

Oakwood Travel and director Philip Higgs disqualified from holding an O-Licence for seven years

Oakwood Travel and its Director Philip Higgs have been disqualified from holding or obtaining a PSV O-Licence for seven years, after Traffic Commissioner (TC) Beverley Bell revoked the company’s licence and refused its application for additional vehicles. The TC has also disqualified Oakwood’s former Director and Transport Manager (TM) Frank Steele from acting as a TM for five years. In addition, she said that she was informed that Mr Higgs had now acquired Nuttalls. She had concerns about that entity and she directed that a call-up letter be sent to that operator citing repute, professional competence and financial standing. Originally Oakwood Travel Services, which has since changed its name to Catch 22 Buses, trading as Oakwood Travel, had applied to increase the authorisation on its licence from eight to 14 vehicles; and Red Rocket Bus had applied for a new six-vehicle...

Full article: http://www.route-one.net/legal/seven-year-ban-for-oakwood/

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